Christian Walk

Running the Christian Race for the Prize


The post below was written by my dear friend and fellow worker in Christ Jesus who chose to remain anonymous. She is a beautiful woman of God, a wife and mother who has an insatiable desire for the things of God. I bless God for her life.

Running the Christian race

Have you ever seen an athlete begin a race without understanding how to run to the finish line or knowing the prize to be awarded at the end?

In Hebrews 12:1, Apostle Paul tells us that a race has been set before us and in 1 Corinthians 9:24, he instructs us to run in such a way as to obtain the prize

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Strait Gate and Narrow Way

Strait gate narrow way

I have what I personally call ‘God Speaks’ moments. These are times when I receive a word from God that is clear and direct and I know that I know that I know that it is straight from God to me.

The other morning, I woke up to a ‘God Speaks.’ It was clear and direct and He said ‘Strait and narrow.’

I walked into the bathroom meditating on ‘Strait and narrow.’ Why was God telling me ‘Strait and narrow?’ Then I reflected on Jesus’ words from Matthew 7:13-14 KJV.

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Raison d’être: The Reason for your Existence

Raison d'être: The Reason for your existence

Raison d’être is a French phrase, which according to the Merriam-Webster dictionary is defined as “the thing that is most important to someone or something: the reason for which a person or organization exists.”

I stumbled upon this phrase a few months ago and it immediately struck to the core of my being. I asked myself the same questions I’m asking you now: ‘Are you personally aware of the reason for your existence? If so, are you fulfilling the ultimate purpose of your life?’

We will tackle these two questions in this post starting with the first one.

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Walking in Holiness: A Bible Study


As children of God, we are called to walk in holiness.

However, holiness is frequently viewed as a huge unattainable feat. As an attribute that describes God and Jesus, but not us. After all, ‘we are only humans.’ But regardless of how we may feel, the believers in the New Testament were often referred to as holy, which means that holiness is also for us today.

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